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Narthaki Monthly Newsletter

December 2022
SANCHARI.. More on the arts

Kalidasa’s epic poetry gets a new-age twist
- Saraswathy Nagarajan
Filmmaker Rahat Mahajan uses Kerala’s classical and ritual art forms to weave a modern love story in Meghdoot.
Navarasas in the Ramayana
- Chitra Mahesh
Manasvini Sharma conveyed the essence of these emotions through her expressions.
Young and raring to go
- Parshathy J Nath
Nimmy Raphel and Sharanya Ramprakash, winners of this year’s Shankar Nag award, discuss the challenges theatre faces after the pandemic.

How Ammani took Paris by storm
- Gayathri Iyer
The dancer was part of the Devadasi troupe that went on an 18 month tour of France in 1838.

I have produced sounds with a native touch in 'Kantara': Ajaneesh
The music composer opens up to Ram Rakshith V on how he approached the songs and background score for the runaway Kannada hit by Rishab Shetty.

Mime and movement
- Neeraja Murthy
Jaya Mehta’s book takes young readers into the world of classical dance.

Paving the way for women artistes
- Anasuya Menon
Revisiting the pioneering efforts of Tripunithura Kathakali Kendram which is celebrating its golden jubilee.
Interestingly interwoven jathis
- B Ramadevi
Every element of a dance presentation came together impeccably in the performance by students of Rasika Arts Foundation.

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